BENEFIT: Wawi Navarroza for Shelter Fund (COVID response)

Wawi Navarroza contributes the image “Land, Untitled (bougainvillea” for ShelterFund, a collective print sale fund-raiser for the benefit of photographers and artists affected by COVID19 in the Philippines, resulting from cancelled projects, exhibitions and loss of studios for some. Each purchase is shared between the image author and a communal fund divided to everyone in the pool.  The print sale features established names and emerging talent alike, with images printed on archival museum paper individually signed by the artists. The price is reduced to affordable rates with various size options. The campaign ends MAY 31, 2020. Orders can be placed via ShelterFund website.

“Land, Untitled (bougainvillea)” . 
Wawi Navarroza, 2010/2020 .
 Signed, en verso . Archival pigment print
 . A4, A3, A2 sizes . 
Open Edition
 . From the artist’s archive “Land, Untitled” series .

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  • Price starts at 4,500PhP (89USD)

  • Available at different sizes, prints are on archival museum paper

  • Signed at the back of the print 
  • Shipping PH and INTL available

More info on the artwork: 

This image by Wawi Navarroza is included in the book “GR-09022017” published in Norway, 2017, marking 40 years of the Voyager Golden Records . “GR-09022017” includes work by over 100 invited photographers and artists, amongst them Alec Soth, Daisuke Yokota, Lina Selander, Lorenzo Vitturi, Lucas Blalock, Pieter Hugo, Pipilotti Rist, Torbjørn Rødland, Tracey Moffatt and Wolfgang Tillmans, edited by Silja Leifsdottir. 

 The publication is inspired by the Voyager Golden Records, an archive established in 1977 and sent out into space as a coded record, intended as a greeting to extraterrestrial life and/or our future descendants. The record was placed on board the Voyager spacecraft and is currently orbiting in space, not heading toward any particular star, but estimated to pass within 1.6 light-years of the star Gliese 445, currently in the constellation Camelopardalis, in about 40,000 years. The project was directed by NASA in collaboration with the astronomer and writer Carl Sagan and his team.

© Wawi Navarroza 2019
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